I’ve recently been admitted to practice law in the State of California, making me eligible to practice law now along the entire west coast (California, Oregon & Washington), and in Louisiana. To celebrate my latest admission, I published a legal guide on Avvo.com titled: “How To File A Mechanic’s Lien in California.”
The guide is a great step-by-step how-to that guides the reader on the state’s mechanic lien process from start (i.e. delivering preliminary notice) to finish (i.e. filing a foreclosure lawsuit).
While the legal guide does a fine job of explaining the mechanic’s lien process, that doesn’t change the fact that properly preparing and filing a mechanic’s lien in California is tedious, technical and a trap for the unwary. Using a company like Zlien, who is a licensed Legal Document Preparation company in the State of California, is a great way for your company to affordable file a mechanic’s lien.
Zlien takes care of the tedious research and work, and for only $295, researches the property owner and legal property description, serves the owner and signs an affidavit of service, and makes all arrangements to get your mechanic’s lien recorded.
So, take a look at the legal guide to get an education on how mechanic’s lien law works in California, and then outsource the hard work to a filing service like Zlien.